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Enjoy a round-trip transport from Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang airport.

Book your transfer when you book your stay.

Getting to VERSO HUA HIN


Fly to Hua Hin by SGA Airlines which operates daily flights between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) and Hua Hin. Then, you can take an airport taxi to the resort in Hua Hin about 20 minutes. The flights take about 1 hour. Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.

By Car (2 hours)

There are 2 major routes as follows:

1. Nakhon Pathom – Ratchaburi – Phetchaburi – Cha Am, take the Phetkasem Road, highway no.4, total distance from Bangkok to the resort is about 195 km.

2. Samut Sakhon – Samut Songkhram – Phetchaburi – Cha Am, use Phra Rama 2 Road, highway no.35, total distance from Bangkok to the resort is about 155 kms.


Air-conditioned and non air-con buses leave Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal for Prachuap Khiri Khan many times daily.

For further details, call the Southern Bus Terminal, 0 2894 6122


Trains leave Hua Lamphong (Bangkok Railway Station) for Hua Hin 12 times daily and Prachuap Khiri Khan 9 times daily. Please check the timetable before traveling at the Bangkok Railway Station.

For details, call
The State Railway of Thailand,

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Khao Takiab, Hua Hin


Khao Takiab (Monkey Mountain)

This hill is situated at the southern end of Hua Hin, only 4 kilometers from the town. It can be easily reached by Local minibus. Visitors can go up the hilltop to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Hua Hin, which is one of the delightful views either during the day or night. There is a Temple call Wat Khao Takiap situated on top of the hill. The nearby Khao Takiap Beach offers mostly bungalow accommodations. The giant golden Buddha Statue standing against the cliff has become a Landmark of Khao Takiap. Google Map


17 min. walk (1.4 km)

Cicada Market

Cicada Market is a night market that combines contemporary art, inventions, handmade work, home decorations, clothes, second-hand appliances and SME products with creative ideas to show and sell for visitors.

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5 min. by car (2.4 km)

Hua Hin Night Market

The Hua Hin Night Market is one of the important landmarks of Hua Hin. Tourists who come to this city must visit here at night. Food, desserts and souvenirs, will definitely make any shoppers happy.

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10 min. by car (6.7 km)

Rajabhakti Park

Rajabhakti Park was built with the intention to honour the 7 king of Siam which are King Ram Khamhaeng of the Sukhothai period, King Naresuan and King Narai of the Ayutthaya period, King Taksin of the Thonburi period, and King Rama I, King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn of the Rattanakosin period.

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9 min. by car (4.4 km)

Wat Huay Mongkol

Huay Mongkol Temple enshrined the largest statue of Luang Pho Thuat in the world. It was originally called “Wat Huai Khot”, located in Ban Huai Khot Community, Thap Tai Sub-district, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan. Later, the King gave a new name to this temple, from Huai Khot as Huai Mongkhon. Because when he came to this temple, the idea was to build a new road, from dirt road to paved road by giving the same name as the name of the temple.

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26 min. by car (23.3 km)

Phraya Nakhon Cave

Hidden deep inside a cave near the seaside resort of Hua Hin in rural southern Thailand, there is a fantastic sight. The magnificent gold and green Kukha Karuhas pavilion, the smallest temple in Thailand, is a religious landmark in the Phraya Nakhon Cave, one of Thailand’s most beautiful and most photographed caves. The giant limestone cave is a popular tourist attraction with trees reaching for its rooftop openings. However, its remote location makes it challenging to get to and limits the number of visitors who can catch a glimpse of this stunning sight.

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51 min. by car (46.2 km)

Monsoon Valley Vineyard

Shake off any preconceptions of Thai wine and head to the award-winning Monsoon Valley Vineyard to get a firsthand taste of this burgeoning industry. Situated in verdant hills 45km west of Hua Kin, Monsoon Valley hosts a number of activities, from a guided tour through their tropical vines to a variety of wine tasting sets. Afterwards, work off the booze by cycling along the vineyard’s 3km bike trail.

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46 min. by car (40.8 km)

Hua Hin Railway Station

The Hua Hin Railway Station is one of the country’s most beautiful train stations marked by its meticulous details in architecture. Built in the reign of King Rama VI, the station features a Royal Waiting Room with Thai architectural style, a room which was relocated from Sanam Chan Palace in nakhon Pathom province during the reign of King Rama VI.

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12 min. by car (6.6 km)